Robot taught to understand the gestures of the host

Robot taught to understand the gestures of the hostEngineer Sushi Hero (Tsuyoshi Hero) from the University of Tokyo has developed a system that uses multiple cameras to track the movements of the host and converts them into commands for the robot.

The owner of the robot may order him to commit a certain action flick of the wrist, or, for example, using the slope of the body.

The development creates a real-time three-dimensional volumetric model of people and moving objects. To do this, however, requires that the objects were inside the ring of cameras.

Nice finds recognition of gestures only one of the options of your system. The same operating time, he used to create several prototypes of interfaces communicate with the user computer.

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